CES 2020 to be held on January 7; Registrations are now open

The Consumer Electronic Show (
CES) is still the best place to experience new technologies and trends of the coming year. The upcoming CES 2020 will set a benchmark for all technologies and innovations that will take place in the next year. The registrations for CES 2020 has started on the official website.

The upcoming CES 2020 will be no different than past shows. It will have a greater focus on travel, tourism, data analytics, and improved customer experience. You will get to experience a dozen of new TVs, speakers, laptops, headphones, and IoT devices. The focus will be on the digital health and commoditisation of personal data as well. CES will offer something new and interesting for every type of tech enthusiast.

CES 2020 is scheduled from January 7, 2020 to January 10, 2020 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The venue for the event covers massive 2.75 million net square feet of exhibition space. The event is expected to attract 1.8 lakh attendees this year.

Most of the major companies participate in the CES each year. Confirmed exhibitors include Amazon, Canon, Facebook, Intel, LG, Lenovo, Microsoft, Nikon, MSI, Samsung, Sony and more. For some reason, Apple stays away from this massive consumer electronics conclave.

Some of the tech makers have announced their plan and agenda for the CES. AMD is expected to come out with a line of high-end GPUs. It showed off the 7-nanometer GPU at the CES 2019. LG might show off a new series of OLED TVs. Nvidia is supposed to announce the next Nvidia Shield, the micro console will support Stadia, Google’s game-streaming service and Apple TV. Samsung has always been among the biggest exhibitors at CES. The company will announce a new QLED TVs with zero bezels.

Registrations for the event are now live on the official website. The early bird tickets start from as low as $100 for accessing the show floor. The price will go up to $300 from December 18, 2019. You can even get the CES 2020 Starter Conference pass that includes access to all the events for $700, while the Deluxe Conference Pass which includes access to 14+ partner sessions is priced at $1,400.